Posts Tagged ‘State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission’

Chinese Telecoms Close Down All Airport VIP Lounges

Air travelers in China hoping for a relaxing moment at an airport lounge to get online, have a free lunch, or find a quiet meeting place will soon need to look elsewhere. China’s three major telecom operators China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom have sent out an internal memo telling their local branches to […]


Parent Companies Of China Unicom, China Netcom Will Merge In January 2009

According to a report published by China Unicom (CHU), the parent companies of China Unicom and China Netcom will officially merge at the beginning of January 2009.


China Telecom, China Unicom Sign First Resource Sharing Agreement

China Telecom Qinghai branch and China Unicom Qinghai branch have formally signed a Framework Agreement on Joint Construction and Sharing of Telecom Infrastructure Resources, marking the birth of China’s first telecom sharing agreement since the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of China’s State Council issued a […]


MIIT Orders Chinese Telecoms To Share Telecom Infrastructure

Any hopes from foreign telecom operators that China’s recent fragmentation of its telecommunications sector would usher in a new era of decreased monopolization should be chagrined that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China has just issued a circular that requires China Telecom (CHA), China Mobile (CHL) and China Unicom (CHU) to promote […]


China Mobile’s CNY50 Billion Will Be Allocated To China Unicom

The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council of China has decided to directly allocate CNY50 billion from China Mobile (CHL) to China Unicom (CHU) to reduce China Telecom’s (CHA) pressure in buying the CDMA network of China Unicom while supporting the wireless network construction of China Unicom.